Texas Education Commissioner Says Public Schools Will Reopen In The FallThe commissioner of the Texas Education Agency is predicting that Texas schools will be safe for students to return to in the fall, this despite the recent spike in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations.
Texas Education Official Says Schools Will Reopen In The Fall, Some Flexibility OfferedTexas Education Commissioner Mike Morath said Thursday public schools will be open in the fall for on-campus learning but there will be flexibility for parents who want to keep their children at home.
North Texas School Districts Developing Back-To-School Plans: 'We're Going To Get Creative'CBS 11 spoke with two experts, Dallas County Health and Human Services Director Dr. Philip Huang and epidemiologist Dr. Diana Cervantes.
Fort Worth ISD Plans Voluntary In-Person Post-Graduation Celebrations“After speaking last week with student leaders, we decided to add the option of an additional celebration,” said Superintendent Kent P. Scribner.
Dallas ISD, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Launch Statewide Effort To Provide Internet To Students Who Lack ItWhile students are continuing to learn from home, state and local leaders are looking to address the lack of internet for hundreds of thousands of students across Texas.
No A's Or Fs, Texas Education Agency Will Forgo 2020 School Accountability RatingsEach year the TEA releases grades for each independent school district, campus, and open-enrollment charter school -- but because of the COVID-19 outbreak this won't happen in 2020.
Dallas ISD Suing 7-Year-Old Former Student Over Right To Test Him For AutismThe Texas Education Agency has weighed in twice, both time siding with the boy’s parents.
Fort Worth ISD To Appeal Ruling Fired Teacher Georgia Clark Should Be Reinstated After Controversial Tweet To President TrumpClark won her appeal to get her job back after being fired by the Fort Worth ISD Board of Education on September 17.
Dallas Charter School CEO Donna Woods Convicted In Kickback Scheme, Then Returns To SchoolFormer Nova Academy CEO Donna Woods, 65, faces up to 80 years in prison after a jury earlier this month found the school administrator guilty of multiple counts of fraud.
Texas Teen's Suicide Changed How Schools Handle Bullying: 'We Need To Be Able To Measure The Impact'Texas schools are now required to track every single bullying incident that is reported.
Educators 'Empowered' After TEA Hands Out 2019 GradesIt may be the start of the school year but grades are already in when it comes to school districts and campuses across the state.
1 Day Before Graduating From Dallas ISD's Woodrow Wilson High School, Class Rankings ChangedDallas ISD admits there was a mistake regarding Woodrow Wilson High's graduating class.
Vulgar Words Appear In Images On Some STAAR Tests"This is in no way acceptable or appropriate, and we deeply regret that these images appeared on the test," the Texas Education Agency said.
DeSoto ISD Considers Cutting Hundreds Of PositionsIt was another night of tough decisions at DeSoto ISD on Monday, where board members spent hours discussing possible budget cuts.
Frisco Gets A New Cafe: Karmic GroundsCraving coffee or tea? You're in luck: a new business has opened its doors in Frisco called Karmic Grounds.